The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials by Nancy Wagaman

The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials

Dream meaning is so powerful that one dream can change your life. Discover 11 keys to interpreting your own dreams in this book from the author of The Curious Dreamer's Dream Dictionary. With these practical tips, translation tools, and analysis techniques, you'll be free to explore your dreams and unlock their transformative power.Dream Interpretation Process:Follow a practical 4-step process to interpret and benefit from your dream.Symbolism Sh...

Details The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials

TitleThe Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials
Release DateJun 4th, 2019
PublisherApplied Conscious Technologies, LLC
GenreSelf Help, Nonfiction

Reviews The Curious Dreamer’s Dream Essentials

  • Paul Falk
    The author presented a straightforward, step-by-step approach to interpreting dreams. The tools needed for understanding the voice that speaks to us at night was well explained. Putting them to practice provided me with a good place to start. What's more, a background in the psychology of dream interpretation is not required to receive the full benefits from this relatively short but comprehensive handbook.Many mornings upon awakening, if lucky,...
  • Jannelies
    Having read Nancy Wagaman's previous two interesting books about how to interpret your dreams, I am happy to say that this short book is a very good start for people who may think the other books are too complicated.They are not, but they provide an awful lot of information that may be a bit much for some. For me, they were very useful and therefore I think it's good this third (small) book is on the market now. Nothing can keep you now from star...
  • Anomaly
    Dream interpretation is something which has always fascinated me. I'm the kind of person who has lucid dreams on a regular basis and often wonders just what some of the more confusing or fantastical elements might mean. Thus, when I came across this book, I knew I had to give it a chance. After all, it claims to be the "all-in-one dream interpretation book and concise dream dictionary" and that seems like a very useful tool to have.Unfortunately,...
  • Astrid Galactic
    "Wow! I just had the strangest dream. It felt like it was real." How many times have you awaken with just that very thought? We've all done that. But here's the thing, they are real to some extent. Maybe not in a literal sense but those dreams of yours are a part of your psyche sending you messages or working out real life concerns within your waking life. They are clues, or the keys as Nancy Wagaman calls them, to your subconscious mind.Nancy's ...
  • Jo-Ann Duff (Duffy The Writer)
    Do you dream? Do you remember them? Are they joyous or terrifying? What is your brain trying to tell you while you sleep?Dreams are strange things to me. Sometimes they are happy, most of the time they are bizarre and confusing and on rare occasions, the fear and panic are so intense I fear I may never wake and escape it.Nancy Wagaman is a qualified psychologist and has been an expert in dream interpretation since the ’80s, so there isn’t a l...
  • Bob Rich
    While Freudian therapy is far less efficient than modern techniques, many of the old boy’s insights are still valid. The power of what goes on below consciousness is one of them. I think of the conscious mind as a monkey riding an elephant. The elephant does all the work, but the monkey gives it directions. I prefer to talk with the elephant through hypnosis, but dream analysis works equally well. So, analyzing your dreams is not an idle pursui...
  • Stephanie
    Unfortunately, I remember about 85% of my dreams. Most of the dreams I remember are very vivid and clear. I have always been curious about what my dreams mean but I never wanted to read a big thick book with a bunch of psychology terminology. I wanted to find a book like Dreams for Dummies. I must say this book is the simplest and most easy to understand. This book describes the meanings of dreams like emotions and importance. Who knew there were...
  • Tina
    I received a copy of this book via Booksirens in exchange for an honest review.I have been interested in the meaning of dreams since being a teenager and have read countless books on the subject. This book is easily the best book on the subject that I have ever read. The book is easily digestible and guides you step by step through the process of analysing dreams. What I love about this book is that it is pointed out that all symbolism is unique ...
  • Aoife
    A fascinating read. It's not exactly a dictionary, although it does include some of the most common symbols; it's more about the act of interpreting your dreams, giving tips and hints about your state of mind, rituals to help you remember and much more. I think once you've read it through once you'll probably be dipping in and out of it, but that's no harm and it's a very handy one to reference. I've started using it on my dreams! (No, I'm not te...
  • Carmen
    This was a very nice condensed book that highlights the important things of the other two books - good for those who would like to get into dreams but not sure if they want to read the other two lengthier books, and for those who have read the other two books and would like a refresher or reminder. I got a copy in exchange for an honest review.
  • Edi McNinch
    This is the book to start with if you have any interest in learning to interpret your dreams. She explains in a logical fashion the conscious/subconscious connection and the most common symbolic elements of dreams and the practical application to you, the dreamer. Her other 2 books contain more detailed information and instructions but this one is a good introduction to beginning a dream journal as well as possibilities of why you dream what you ...